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back the balance of my time. the chair: mr. holt. the gentleman from tennessee. mr. gordon: i yield such time as he may consume to the dean of the united states house of representatives and my mentor, john dingell. the chair: the gentleman from michigan is recognized. mr. dingell: i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. and i rise -- the chair: without objection. mr. dingell: to thank my friend from tennessee for his courtesy to me and the he can pedishes way in which he has handled this bill. the nation owes him a debt for this and many other things and i thank him. i also rise in strong support of h.r. 3246, the advanced vehicle technology act of 2009. i want to commend my colleague from michigan, mr. peters, for the superb work that he and his staff have done on this important piece of legislation. and i want to also thank my colleagues on the republican side, including the republican co-authors, my good friend the ranking minority member of the committee, the gentleman from texas, mr. hall. the bill we consider today is going to help america to grasp the new tec
. >> it will be kolb again at home against kansas city. tennessee a week off to ponder the tough loss, going against division rival houston. chris johnson, what kind of game would he have? gone. 57 yards. the titans lead 7-0. matt schaub to andre johnson. wait a minute. houston shackled by the jets last week, not shackled anymore. >> that's why people think andre johnson is the best receiver in the league. those kinds of hands and that kind of footwork, the build, the speed, everything. >> now chris johnson. he's wide open. takes the quick sling from kerry collins and he's gone to the chagrin of your teammate gary kubiak. nobody there. 14-7, temperature. >> every now and then you miss a coverage. the quarterback sees it right away, i don't care what the play is, give it to him and let him go. >> 24-7, tennessee at home. they've got to put it away, matt stump the schaub. 21-14. now tied at 24-24. what? he goes inside. he's gone. 91 yards. chris johnson ran for 197, caught 87 more yards worth. tennessee leads 31-24. just seconds left in the third. and jacobi jones signals for a fair catch. tennessee i
at tennessee, lane kiffin has falsely accused florida of recruiting violations, and declared he'll sing rocky top all night long after the vols beat the gators on saturday. it's gotten to the point where tennessee's interim president has told kiffin to simmer down. in his news conference tuesday, kiffin praised the gators and said he won't turn up the volume on the vols even though they're huge underdogs. >> i don't believe in the not motivated for this game, something's wrong with you, you know? it's tennessee versus florida. regardless of what the spread is favorite, who is the underdog. it's a big-time match-up. one that a lot of these kids have watched for years and years when they were growing up, and so, i don't -- i would be shocked if either side needs to motivate their players. every year both teams come to play. has dominated obviously lately with four in a row. urban's never lost to tennessee. and 64 points over the last two years combined. so, there's been motivation over i don't think that i motivated them. i wasn't here yet. so, we know they're going to come to play very hard. t
. stephen tulloch winds up recovering the fumble. >> cris: boy, now, if you're the tennessee titans you just want to get out of here. >> al: jacob ford is hurt on the play. roethlisberger has time. finds ward wide open. >> cris: this four-man pass rush is just not working. they just can't do it. when you have a zone defense, it gets stretched. the launch you hold the ball as a quarterback, instead of conferring 40 yards of field, you're covering exiting yards of field. those holes are gaping in there. when you talk about a play that we may look back on the season between these two great football teams could be monumental. now, they have to get this clock run out. >> al: griffin went to the pro bowl last year. first and ten. now, the ball is at the 4 yard line. and this is johnson. tennessee will take -- pittsburgh wants to use their time-outs they have to. and they will spend the first of those right here. >> cris: i think they're going to get the clock to run out here. i think they can do that. remember, just in case, if the titans had to punt it. remember that weird rule,
, now, if you're the tennessee titans you just want to get out of here. >> al: jacob ford is hurt on the play. roethlisberger has time. finds ward wide open. >> cris: this four-man pass rush is just not working. they just can't do it. when you have zone defense, it gets stretched. the launch you hold the ball as a quarterbac instead of conferring 40 yards of field, you're covering exiting yards of field. those holes are gaping in there. when you talk about a ay that we may look back on the season between these two great football teams could be monumental. now, they have to get this clock run out. >> al: griffin went to the pro bowl last year. first and ten. now, the ball is at the 4 yard line. and this is johnson. tennessee will take -- pittsburgh wants to use their time-outs they have to. and they will spend the first of ose right here. >> cris: i think they're going to get the clock to run out here. i think they can do that. remember, just in case, if the titans had to punt it. remember that weird rule, that they can fair catch the kick and then get the free kick fo
it to the manager. >>> people in tennessee are dealing with a serious issue because of heavy rains. some streets are literally rivers. emergency crews were called in to rescue stranded home owners. this isn't coming our way, is it? >> we've been talking about that area of low pressure that's been parked down there near northern portions of louisiana and arkansas, it's going to stay there and keeps spitting out areas of low pressure. they're again going to have more heavy rain in the same region over the next couple of days. most of it will be in tennessee valley and arkansas valley. >> looking down on a fairly calm and getting better but cool, it is cool outside. 63 degrees right now at bwi. thoroughgood marshal. our humidity at 81%, winds are currently coming to us from the southeast at 3 miles an hour and the barometer falling, 30.16. there's your tides for tomorrow, high tide at 6:40 in the morning, low tide 1:18 in the afternoon. winds from the southwest at 6 to 12. suns come up at 6:50, set at 7:09. coastal flood advisory all along the bay right here. they dropped the flood advisory from de
or thumbs down on the wildcat? >> thumbs up. >> let's move on. tennessee-florida not dead yet. urban meyer calling out lane for "not going the after win" wondering aloud if the vols were playing to keep it close. kiffin fired back, insinuating that this flu bug we've heard so much about is a cheap excuse for the gators not playing well. who you siding with, k.b.? >> well, you know, i hate to side with lane kiffin because he's said some goofy things but i'm going to side with him. >> come on! >> who goes into a football game and doesn't want to win? herb edwards is absolutely right. you wouldn't lead those kids into a game and lead them through it not wanting to win. he was trying to keep the game short, i guess, keep it close so he'd have an opportunity to win. he knows he's short handed going up against florida and tim tebow. >> you're saying in the fourth quarter when they were down 23-, 10 minutes left, they're in a normal no-huddle? >> maybe they don't run a hurry-up offense very well. so he tried to do the best he could do. but i could not imagine that he would want to lose a game. >>
proceedings on this motion will be postponed. for what purpose does the gentleman from tennessee rise? mr. cohen: thank you, mr. speaker. i move that the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 260 which supports efforts to reduce infant mortality in the united states, as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 260, resolution supporting efforts to reduce infant mortality in the united states. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from tennessee, mr. cohen, and the gentlewoman from tennessee, ms. blag burn, each will control 20 minutes. -- mrs. blackburn, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from tennessee. mr. cohen: thank you, mr. speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. cohen: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. cohen: mr. speaker, i rise in support of
the coach at tennessee, lane kiffin has falsely accused florida of recruiting violations, and declared he'll sing rocky top all night long after the vols beat the gators on saturday. it's gotten to the point where tennessee's interim president has told kiffin to tone it down. in his news conference tuesday, kiffin praised the gators and said he won't turn up the volume on the vols even though they're huge underdogs. don't believe in the underdog role for motivation. if you're not motivated for this game, something's wrong with you. you know. it's tennessee versus florida. regardless of what the spread is or who is the favorite, who is the underdog, it's a big time match-up, and one that a lot of these kids have watched for years and years as they were growing up. so i would be shocked if either side needs to motivate their players. play. has dominated lately with four in a row. urban has never lost to tennessee. 64 points over the last two years combined. so there's been motivation over there. i don't think that i motivated them. i wasn't here yet. so we know they're going to come to play
for usc l on the road against tennessee. tennessee, after losing a game at home against ucla, they have to dp on the road for the first time in the kiffin area and -- >> it's going to get ugly. i can guarantee if the gators are up by four touchdowns, tim tebow will be throwing into the end zone. you don't make accusations against their head coach without backing them up that, is in the back of his mind. >> look at that game, tennessee has a strong defense. >> they have a strong defense, but they have never seen anything like florida. the speed and athleticism they have on the field at all times. and they are highly motivated. >> look at conference issues. the big 12 loses another top five team to an unranked opponent. oklahoma state lost at home to huft houston. oklahoma lost now big 12 teetering in the balance of power among the -- >> they were supposed to have a decent team and lost their first two games. you have two teams in the big 12 that have really lost. as of right now, when you look as this conference. >> i take it you are wrong on that. absolutely wrong. you have nebraska, te
the girls may have been taken to tennessee. >>> a tennessee father traveled 7,000 miles to get his two children back. now he's in jail in japan. a tennessee court recently gave christopher full custody of his son and daughter. but by then his ex-wife, a japanese native had taken the children all of the way to japan. yesterday a friend reportedly witnessed the arrest said he picked them up as he walked to school and instead of heading to the nearest airport he went to the american consulate. he told a cnn affiliate he desperately missed his kids. >> everywhere i look around there's a picture. i can't go in his bedroom. we'll never sleep in this bed again. i said i love you, isaac. i love you. remember that. i love you. i want you back. you should be here. you should be in school. you should be with your daddy. it's hard to have quiet moments because my kids' words haunt me during those quiet times. >> japanese law does not recognize u.s. family court orders. >>> fellow filmmakers are rallying behind roam bean polanski as his attorneys file a motion to have him released. a decision on th
into a shootout with middle tennessee state. >>> security cameras captured yesterday's deay shooting ram passage in a mexico city subway yesterday. two people were killed. eight more were injured. the shooting began when a police officer confronted a man about writing anti-government graffiti on the wall. officers subdued the suspect. police are randomly checking for guns at the subway stations. >>> a bear went on a rampage in japan yesterday as more than 100 horrified tourists were looking on. witnesses say the bear started attacking people. it injured nine people before employed managed to trap it inside a souvenir shop. it was put down. >>> a massachusetts woman is in pain after a crash this week. the other driver's explanation as to why the accident happened that really has her angry. >> she's like, oh, my god. is everyone all right. i w paying attention to the spider on my windshield. >> the old spider excuse. the spider distracted her and caused her to ram into daniel's car. it hit her with such force it caused her car to fly into the air. firefighters say they are lucky the gas tank did n
ready to face the gators in the swamp. and serena williams continuing to explain her action tennessee u.s. open. what she is saying now. fine out we can still be really good friends. we'll just be together a lot less, like almost never. - are you breaking up with me? - what? no! break up? ( chuckles ) ( ding ) silly. are you breaking up with me? ( thud, grunt ) ( ding ) not too heavy, not too light. bud light. ( ding ) the difference is drinkability. i'll facebook you! >> taking on the nats, in trouble with the bases loaded in the fourth inning. against josh bard. in the ninth. lee's trying to go the distance, and he does. getting bard to finish off a six-hit shutout with nine k's. phillies win five. fourth career shutout for cliff lee. first in the national league. he's now 7-2 with the phils. and the phils are 13-3 against the nats this year. in just nine starts, cliff lee has as many wins, complete games and shutouts as he did in 22 starts with the indians. the reigning a.l. cy young winner has an era below 3 with the phils and has more than doubled his strikeout to walk ratio. >> sp
on anabolic steroids and related substances. >> since becoming a coach at tennessee, lane kiffin has falsely accused florida of recruiting violations, and declared he'll sing rocky top all night long after the vols beat the gators on saturday. it's gotten to the point where tennessee's interim president has told kiffin to simmer down. in his news conference tuesday, kiffin praised the gators and said he won't turn up the volume on the vols even though they're huge underdogs. >> i don't believe in the not motivated for this game, something's wrong with you, you know? it's tennessee versus florida. regardless of what the spread is favorite, who is the underdog. it's a big-time match-up. one that a lot of these kids have watched for years and years when they were growing up, and so, i don't -- i would be shocked if either side needs to motivate their players. every year both teams come to play. has dominated obviously lately with four in a row. urban's never lost to tennessee. and 64 points over the last two years combined. so, there's been motivation over i don't think that i motivated them. i
about tennessee's defense, always flew to the ball. preaching that. wants all this speed that they. >> eric: made by louis lee. field goal team will come on. >> brock: i like what chavis is doing. converted 11 of 19 third downs did the huskies, last week just 2 of 12 for vanderbilt. tonight doing a nice job of doing that. three-man fronts. pressure fronts. another pressure look good creativity. >> eric: tyler albrecht. a week ago -- makes it this time, as well. 2 for 2 on the season. a 48-yarder last week and this time around a 40-yarder. so louisiana-lafayette on the board for the first time here against lsu in 2009. still trail 14-3. watches s.e.c. on espn. >>> the rain continues to paul in auburn hosting the west virginia mountaineers. due to kick off on espn2 at 7:45. we're in a little bit of a rain delay. there is lightning in the area hoping to get you this game as soon as we can. likely in about a half an hour. >> s.e.c. country. the players have to leave but fans will stay right in the stands. >> byu struggling number 7 trailing florida state, 20-7. 6:30 to go in the second
next when "house hunters" squeezes into nashville, tennessee. captioning provided by scripps networks, inc. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. jenny's a stay-at-home mom and shawn's an attorney in nashville. their lives today are very different than when they met over two years ago in the peace corps. we were sent to senegal, which is a small country in west africa. and we were there for two years and three months. and you had to say why you were joining the peace corps-- why did you go. well, shawn raises his hand and said, "i came to have fun." and i thought, i want to have fun. and he's hot. you know? so... (laughs) so i joined the fun group. jenny came and decided to have fun with me, and we've had fun ever since. yeah. after the peace corps, jenny and shawn's next adventure was parenthood. and their base camp was nashville, tennessee. think nashville, and you think music city, the grand ole opry and the country music hall of fame. but tennessee's capital city isn't just about music. home to 17 colleges, 700 churches, nearly 100 parks, and more down-home hospitality tha
, police arrest misty croslin's mother. lisa croslin taken into custody in tennessee on a felony forgery charge. her bail set at $100,000. this as police release croslin's brother on a gun charge. the same brother who tells police croslin not at home the night haleigh goes missing. are police pressuring croslin's family, trying to get the truth about haleigh? and in another major development, surveillance video and a mystery letter surfaces. a letter set to crack this case wide open. an unidentified blond woman dressed in blue scrubs and hiding behind dark glasses drops off a letter containing a tip connected to haleigh's disappearance. we have that surveillance video. it has just been released. in the last hours police announce they have located the mystery woman on that videotape. who is she? and what does she know about haleigh's disappearance? this is all on the heels of another stunning letter claiming haleigh ingested the painkiller oxycontin at a party and died. cops calling that letter "a farce." as new stepmother misty croslin flunks another polygraph, where is haleigh? >> i wan
games since sunday and was the second since the merger. tennessee, south carolina are 0-2 and lost a combined seven games last season and now are at four combined. how do they right the ship? >> take a deep breath. us in the media will panic and write them off but if you're john fox or jeff fisher, stay the course. stay true to how you coach. there's veteran leadership on both teams and they will recover and be playoff contenders. >> next week tennessee goes to new york to take on the jets and carolina to dallas, our monday nighter, to take on the cowboys. jay cutler, four interceptions in week one and said it was his worst game ever, high school, college, pro, pee wee ball. how does he turn around in week two and beat the defending world champions? >> simple, amnesia. you must forget. he was able to forget the game last week. to be successful as a quarterback in the national football league you have to forget the last play and move on. jay cutler was terrific in the matchup with the game on the line against the steelers, fourth quarter, 92 yards and one touchdown. you know why? he
. tennessee a week off to ponder the tough loss, going against division rival houston. chris johnson, what kind of game would he have? gone. 57 yards. the titans lead 7-0. matt schaub to andre johnson. wait a minute. houston shackled by the jets last week, not shackled anymore. >> that's why people think andre johnson is the best receiver in the league. those kinds of hands and that kind of footwork, the build, the speed, everything. >> now chris johnson. he's wide open. takes the quick sling from kerry collins and he's gone to the chagrin of your teammate gary kubiak. nobody there. 14-7, temperature. >> every now and then you miss a coverage. the quarterback sees it right away, i don't care what the play is, give it to him and let him go. >> 24-7, tennessee at home. they've got to put it away, matt stump the schaub. 21-14. now tied at 24-24. what? he goes inside. he's gone. 91 yards. chris johnson ran for 197, caught 87 more yards worth. tennessee leads 31-24. just seconds left in the third. and jacobi jones signals for a fair catch. tennessee is in business. jason mccourty has it but on
and thunderstorms stretch from tennessee to the south. and all along the rockies to the great plains. molyry d in hethe northwest. it will be pleasanthe ichicago, with a high of 74. 72 in boston. and 79 in atlanta. armer in the south, with 88 in new orleans. 92 in miami. and 91 degre in dallas. 108 degrees make phoenix the hot spot. anchorage is playing it cool with the high of 60. >>> coming up, money news. a major bank is ready to start repaying its $45 billion loan. >>> plus, roll up your sleeves. where to get flu shots, starting today. >>> and a medical mystery. docts don't know why a tennessee teen seems to be crying blood instead of tears. and about lipitor. to be getting healthier. bank of america is ready to pay back some of its bailout money. "the wall street journal" is reporting the bank wants to start by paying back $20 billion of the45 billion it received. that would ease some of the restrictions on executive pay placed on the company. >>> stocks are rebounding a bit in asia this morning after a down day. tokyo's nikkei average climbed nearly 0.4% today. hong kong's hang seng is
is rated pg and can, seen on imax 3d experience. >>> coming up, we're go stog take you to tennessee toe one community where a neighborhood has turned into a fast-moving river. look at that, people getting aern in boats. >>> megan, this book, is that the one you are talking about? >> i love that. >> i'm excited for the new animation, so yeah, we hate to endorse products here, but i think it will be darn cool. and they have a video game that's just coming out. food fight in the cafeteria. 60 degrees and go to school. cloud write skies and we are looking for the sun to come out today. we'll talk about that next right now downtown. we'll be right back after this. stay with us. >>> now on "good morning, maryland," overnight bullets ricocheted all over the place. officers found one man shot, but that was just the beginning. >>> plus, around the world, millions will celebrate rosh hashanah beginning at sundown this evening. the event maryland's governor will take part in. >>> he is a one-armed golfer on a one-way mission. a towson honors graduate gets more after his big win. >>> meantime
rolls over tennessee but by 10, 23-13. this was, however, i think closer than a lot of people thought and given all the drama that went into it. lane kiffin hired and a lot of rhetoric. but in this case there was back and forth so we'll start with florida. and think a question about tennessee. what did you glean from this when you look at the gators. >> they had to come and play physical. i think the offense has work to do. the line is not great and tennessee defense that has good talent but not the elite level of talent that florida will see in a team like old miss down the road. they learned something and got to be able to protect better outside of tim tebow there wasn't a lot to be excited about. >> tennessee was starting to run the ball well. it was a lot of individual effort but that could be a little bit of concern. tim tebow took over the game. does jump a great job of faking to the running back and gets the mesh so deep and on the fake it's really hard to follow the football. i mean there are a lot of times the cameraman loses it. we end up losing it when watching the games. h
is asking president obama to declare a state of emergency there. >>> people in southeastern tennessee are coping with flooding. several major roads are closed. residents are trying to save their belongings. residents of a retirement center had to be evacuated. some of the pictures are dramatic. >> torrential rains and almost all the fataties, folks who drove through moving water in their cars. yesterday and today, the people who died were drowning from getting into flooding waters. outside for us, for tonight, we have had a few sprinkles. they have been widely scattered. a little color out there beginning to show up, especially in the dogwoods and the low lying areas. our temperature outside, 73 degrees and rainfall. to get an idea of what the folks in georgia had to deal with that caused the torrential rainsnd flash flooding. when you get rains like this, 21 inches in marietta. it's more than anybody has ever seen in their lifetime. some folks indeed, drive-through areas that 99% of the time, they think they can get through. exceptional rains like this, you can't. look at the tempera
's listen. >> it was a direct question. do you intend to live here? do you want to live in tennessee? her answer was deflected. it was -- i remember she said, i think that the kids will be happy if i'm happy. she couldn't answer yes or no. >> okay, so the threat is there. we look at this, if the threat was there, how was she allowed to take the kids to japan for summer vacations. >> we don't know if they were returned or asked to be held in the court systems. very difficult. how did she get out of the country. you usually need two parents signatures on a document to leave the country. a lot of questions unanswered. a lot are looking saying this could happen to me. filing a police report. there's a risk going to the authorities and getting the court orders. unfortunately, japan does not recognize u.s. court orders. it's an unfortunate part of this case. >> let's get a call in. tiffany is with us in florida. >> caller: hi, how are you doing? i think it's crazy. i'm a mother and women just have so much pow irand i know that's already determined that we are the bilogical parent, at least one
coach. he can't win the little ones. then you have monty kiffin who is the difference in the florida-tennessee game. the father of lane kiffin. lane could have stayed home but monty did a job on florida and tebow. but you have to come down to b.y.u. losing at home to florida state. the b.c.s. and tim cowlishaw's favorite topic of conversation is setting up a little better because b.y.u. no longer is in the picture. we only have boise state to clear for. >> cowlishaw. >> as the only panelist at the missouri-furman game -- wait. i agree that the tennessee--- >> why did you say that? >> because it was a great showing by the tigers. florida and tennessee was great because we learned after that game florida is not this invincible, you know, godzilla team everybody thought. you saw them interviewing lane kiffen on espn before the game and they practically wanted him to admit they were going to go out there and get killed. it didn't happen. tennessee can play with them in florida and anybody can be beaten and everybody will be taking a loss. >> you think less of florida? >> absolutely not. it is t
to air tonight, police arrest misty croslin's mother. lisa croslin taken into custody in tennessee on a felony forgery charge. her bail set at $100,000. this as police release croslin's brother on a gun charge. the same brother who tells police croslin not at home the night haleigh goes missing. are police pressuring croslin's family, trying to get the truth about haleigh? and in another major development, surveillance video and a mystery letter surfaces. a letter set to crack this case wide open. an unidentified blond woman dressed in blue scrubs and hiding behind dark glasses drops off a letter containing a tip connected to haleigh's disappearance. we have that surveillance video. it has just been released. in the last hours police announce they have located the mystery woman on that videotape. who is she? and what does she know about haleigh's disappearance? this is all on the heels of another stunning letter claiming haleigh ingested the painkiller oxycontin at a party and died. cops calling that letter, quote, a farce. as new stepmother misty croslin flunks another polygraph,
. an upset loss to middle tennessee state. maryland looks to get back on a winning track. a couple of fumbles for the talented guys. it has caused big problems. at the end of the game, the defense proved to be tired. it is also a young squad. >> what i like about this bunch is that they are eager. they want to do it. but sometimes they don't know how to do it. what they are learning right now is how to do it. people do not understand that. >> maryland fans are hoping they learned a lot quicker. the $5 for the sub, huh? what about the drink and the chips? extra. think a $5 sub is a good deal? it's time to unthink. kfc's new $5 fill-up boxes, each with a side... and medium drink for just $5 bucks. unthink. and taste the unsub side of kfc. this is fabulous! new kentucky grilled chicken! marinated and grilled to perfection... for that five-star, fall-off-the-bone taste. mix original and grilled in your bucket! taste the unfried side of kfc. >> a baltimore city police officer is recovering after he was shot outside of his home. 24 hours after we learned about a student with a confirmed case of the
of it significant out in kentucky or tennessee. current situation, there are thin spots in the clouds. 65 dreens degrees. the low this morning at the airport briefly was 54. 81% the humidity. at the moment, the winds are calm, the predominant breeze or wind today will be coming more from the east and southeast. and with the moisture approaching from the west plus that east wind, a lot of moisture coming in, so clouds and eventually some rain. yesterday at the airport, 73 the high, 75 at the inner harbor. that's where sun breaks out. develop that. and the rainfall generally around the area yesterday morning 24 hours ago was less than a .10 inch. 64 in annapolis. middle river, 63. college park 57. gaithersburg 5. hagerstown checks in with 62. here's the high pressure, and here's the storm trying to move into it. so at the moment, this is a stubborn. that high is preventing the actual rain fall. there is the front itself. at the moment, kind of stalled. eventually, this will win the game, and it is being pushed by the second storm out there. this will kick further away, and all this moisture comes
outside charlotte, north carolina, have been found safe in tennessee. officials say they were taken to a hospital for examination. the elder one is about to give birth. the girls were found with their father. he's being held by authorities. the three had been missing since last wednesday. right now federal agents and nashville police are searching for the missing newborn from tennessee grabbed just a couple days ago. the 4 day old was ripped from his mother's arms lateiest. investigators believe lisa sampson showed up at the home posing assen immigration agent. she's holding a news conference in nashville. it's just been completed. sampson allegedly demanded the baby and then stabbed her when she refused to hand him over. sampson was located in new york state and is being questioned by police. the baby was not with her. >>> more documents related to the investigation of caylee anthony's murder will be made public today. the florida toddler was reported missing in july 2008. her mother is facing first-degree murder charges. she's pleaded not guilty. the attorney for her parents claim
, tennessee. >> couric: in other news, former man son cult member susan atkins has died in a california prison. she was serving life for her role in eight murders in 1969, including the stabbing of pregnant actress sharon tate. atkins later denounced man son and converted to christianity. earlier this month, she was denied early release as she battled brain cancer. susan atkins was 61. when we come back, the g-20 leaders want to chop executive bonuses down to size worldwide. will that prevent another global meltdown? >> couric: protestors at the g-20 summit in pittsburgh promise add peaceful rally today and kept their word. several thousand marched across a bridge within sight of the convention center but there were no incidents. yesterday, police made 70 arrests during clashes with demonstrators. at the summit today, the g-20 took aim at executive bonuses. from pittsburgh, here's anthony mason. >> reporter: this is now officially the world's financial board of directors. in pittsburgh, the leaders of the 20 largest economies agreed to coordinate policy to prevent another global crisis. >> nev
the tennessee titans, pretty good run defense and the chicago bears, who right now defensively are playing outstanding football. so it is one of those things, you got to have a team you can get healthy on. >> i would agree with you, except chris johnson ran crazy for the tennessee titans and houston texans had a good running game in that contest as well. but you're right, there is a bunch of issues with the pittsburgh steelers that they need to get resolved. and they can't just rely on ben roethlisberger to throw 16 straight completions like he did in that season opening win against the tennessee titans week one. lots more coming on "nfl live." we'll tell you can't win if you don't run and why that's not holding true this season in terms of football. of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of football. rms of f >> end zone, touchdown, titans! >> played for 12 seasons, mark schlereth will share perspective with us next on off the
. and congressman marsha blackburn from tennessee who says the biggest concern is the public option. max baucus, senator baucus, is expected to move ahead without support of the so-called gang of six bipartisan. congressman pallone, how will that affect your democrat colleagues in the house? >> the fact he's moving is significant. obviously, we would like to see movement in the house and senate. we have a bill in the committee in the house but not in the senate. i think it shows that we're going to move forward and that i think it has a positive impact on the house because now i think they'll be willing to take the bill to the floor. >> what do you think of your colleagues? they say they have not walked away in the senate. senatore senatore enzi, senator grassley. do they really make bipartisan legislation, those three? >> the way the senate operates, they feel they do, but i feel the thing to watch is what is happening with the american people. the poll you showed earlier, 60% of the american people think this health care is on the wrong track. if senator baucus brings a bill forward, most ame
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arrived by the hundreds each day. more and more, as the union army advance into tennessee and into mississippi and along the coast, the result was dhat the city became ireasingly chaotic. crime became rampant, poor sanitation was a big problem and eventually epidemics of scarlet fever and smallpox broke out. but atlantis' still seemed to be a refuge from war. by january 18, '64, general sherman in tennessee had atlanta in his sights. the union army which had fumbled for the first three years of war, finally under the new commander, general ulysses s. grant, decided it was time for a coordinated strategy. grant would command the army in virginia, the union army in virginia to attack infringement, grant's protege would lead the army in attacking georgia, with atlanta as his goal. sherman get it 110,000 to for the invasion, they faced off against fewer than 60,000 confederate defenders. confederates defended their homeland, so they had that in advantage, that they were cotantly fighting behind fortifications. however, they were badly overmatched. they fought and fell back. sh
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. a tennessee man is under arrest in japan after he was caught trying to steal back his children. christopher savoie says his ex-wife violated herr custody agreement, kidnapping the kids and taking them to japan. before his trip to get them savoie talked about how much he was struggling to cope. >> everywhere i look around there's a picture. i can't go in his bedroom because i'm like, he'll never sleep in this bed again. it's hard to have quiet moments because my kids' words haunt me during those quiet times. >> by the way, a tennessee court awarded savoie full custody, but japan doesn't recognize u.s. family court orders. so savoie might not ever get to see the kids again. tennessee police have issued an arrest warrant for the ex-wife. savoie's second wife says he is facing criminal charges in japan. >>> flood waters are beginning to subside in some areas of manila after a week of torrential rain in the philippine capital. saturday's downpours approached a record with a month's worth of rain falling in just six hours. at least 240 people have died in the floods. another three dozen are missi
for a program which hit rock bottom in 2008. >> tennessee at top-ranked florida. volunteers coach lane kiffin getting his first big taste of s.e.c. action. urban meyer looking to get to 5-0 against tennessee since hitting gainesville. tim tebow ready to take on kiffin and company. second quarter, tebow, he takes off rung. he's met by the all-american eric berry. tebow pked up the first down. following that, tebow firing up his teammates, getting emotional. we're used to that. how about capping an 11-play, 72-yard drive? 24 carries, 76 yards, and that touchdown for tebow. gators up 13-6 at the break. third quarter, more florida. tebow facing a third and 3, gets pressured, somehow eluding the ball's d and picks up the first down. that monte kiffin defense at tennessee is no joke. jeffrey demps' touchdown would end that drive. seven yards, 23-6 florida. tennessee not backing down, though. dennis rogan, wow, tebow's second turnover of the game, his 30-game streak with a touchdown pass is over. ensuing vols possession, as they take advantage of the tebow miscue, 20 carries, 96 yards for hardessy.
jersey. nearly 30% at dyersburg community college in tennessee. the obama administration proposed a $6 billion infusion in community colleges that would significantly help students like william hoover. >> i don't have the money to pay $20,000 a semester. >> reporter: the savings obvious, the question is value. >> i found myself competing very efficient liely with other students. >> reporter: what is in the name? and could choosing a college be similar to the decision we make to spend nearly twice as much for, say, name brand ibuprofen? compared to the generic store brand with the same ingredients? >> consumers of higher education believe the name matters. and that actually makes it matter, the fact they believe it. it's unfortunate, because often the content is about the same. >> reporter: the basic concept with community college is this -- it's not how you start, it's how you finish. if you ended up a community college it meant that you had failed. but coming here i'm honestly so happy. if i had the decision to make over again i would still choose to come here. >> reporter: linsey d
-old tennessee boy has a strange illness that has doctors baffled tonight. disturbing symptoms most people have only seen in movies. >> southwest airlines may not have assigned seating but now . >> another bad day for california firefighters working round the clock to extinguish massive fires near los angeles. meantime new details merging on exact caused the fires in the first place. anita vogle reports from lake view terrace california. >> investigators announce the massive station fire is human cause. and not caused by lightning. something earlier thought. they say they are still looking into whether it was arson or accidental. but right now, are focusing on containment. >> this is going to be no small feat over the next several days. >> so far, the fire has scorched over 140,000 acres of land. but cooler temperatures and high humidity are helping crews make excellent progress. officials believe the fire is about 22 percent contained. and even lifted evacuation orders in several neighborhoods. but warned the good news doesn't mean the worst is over. >> we certainly want to emphasize that this
. and yeah, are tennessee fans celebrating that they stayed close to florida? i don't think that's how they view football down there. i was more surprised, because kiffin talks, that's what does he. up don't listen anymore. but i was more surprised that florida, who had its own motivation to try to run up the score, wasn't capable of doing it. now, it wasn't a close game because it was really kind of a blowout, and then team bo fumbled that ball and it got a little closer at the end. but i thought, you know, florida had their way, let's face it. they would have won that 50-6, but they couldn't. does that count as a victory for tennessee? i don't think so. >> well, they were not sharp. what did he have to sharpen themselves on? charleston southern? all due respect, it's a regional dance. and then detroit. i don't think you should even count those statistics for a player like tim team bo, when you roll florida up against these early-season opponents. and they just looked a little soft. they looked a little sloppy, and that's why it wasn't 78- 09 way we all thought it would be. >> you kno
valley back down through tennessee. tennessee valley, jackson, atlanta. some of the worst of it today. mid atlantic, you're actually looking pretty g. well, if you're watching wncn nbc 17 in raleigh, north carolina, experience nature throughout the entire state by watching the award-winning documentary, wilderness north carolina. showing at the north carolina museum of natural sciences. that's your eastern event of the day. beautiful day from the beaches all the way to the mountains. >> got it all right there. now you can see it all on film. thank you, bill. >>> now here's a look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. >>> at the box office this weekend, if you saw something in the sky, it wasn't a bird or a plane. chances are it was a meatball. the animated 3-d comedy won box office champ earning just over $30 million. matt damon's the informant is in second place with a $10.5 million. after months on of hype, jennifer opens baed, starring megan fox, finished weak, fifth, with just $6.8 million. it was expected to take second in the mid-teen millions. big blow not only for fox'
and a bacterial infection. in tennessee, health officials are trying to get more information on the swine flu death of a 5 year old kinder kindergarten student. college students are also vulnerable. a recent report claims 1600 cases of the swine flu and the first weeks of classes, some campuss such as atlanta's university have quarantined infected students for their safety and that of a healthy student body. >> i think it's -- it keeps you around other people that are going through the same thing. it's good to know we are not infecting other people around us. >> i made calls and talked to the folks at university of maryland college park, so far, no cases of the swine flu had been reported. they are prepared for when the cases start surfacing. >>> now, the forecast certified baltimore's most accurate, here is chief meteorologist norm lewis and maryland's most powerful doppler radar. >> before we get to weather, let's check out tropical storm jimena. dumping buckets of rain. flash flood warnings in affect across the peninsula, made land fall near mexico causing slight damage to some resorts, st
is the latest? >> we're watching to our south, and has been across the appalachians and tennessee. it will try to move here, but it will not make it. the high pressure over tennessee will cut it off at the pass. here's a look at our express forecast for today and tomorrow. partly sunny, pleasant by afternoon. as we head for the weekend, pleasant street through saturday and sunday with highs in the mid 70's. >>> abc world news coming up next. $5 for the sub, huh? what about the drink and the chips? extra. think a $5 sub is a good deal? it's time to unthink. kfc's new $5 fill-up boxes, each with a side... and medium drink for just $5 bucks. unthink. and taste the unsub side of kfc. this is fabulous! new kentucky grilled chicken! marinated and grilled to perfection... for that five-star, fall-off-the-bone taste. mix original and grilled in your bucket! taste the unfried side of kfc. ( laughs, click ) when you hear a click, ( clicking ) you know it's closed and secure. that's why hefty food bags click closed. hefty! hefty! hefty! so you know you've helped lock in freshness and lock out air... to h
flooding in nashville. other areas of tennessee aren't too bad. atlanta you're dry currently. showers in augusta and savannah, hilton head. even around the charlotte area, a sprinkle or two. it's nothing horrible. it's just going to be a rain event. then it will dry. then it will rain again. just kind of the weather pattern. chilly here in detroit, 52. northern new england in the 40s. more wet weather in the deep south. dry great lakes to the northeast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. some areas with a chance of some of those downpours today will include florida, georgia, south carolina, alabama, mississippi, and the charlotte area sprinkles here or there. cool. only in the 70s. cool also in northern new england. well, christinchristina, that's at your thursday forecast. >> all right. thanks so much, bill. >>> big blue bounces, gold shines, and waiting for fedex. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, singer chris browns performs on a very different type of stage. >>> also, things are grand for the phillies and late inning here rockie
for the opposing team? all he does is split the backfield and the great run here. big plays for the tennessee titans all day. >> more on this game later. ravens and chargers at number four. phillip rivers, could be a breakout year for vincent jackson. >> big time play and big time receiver. phillip rivers, one of the better throwers in the nfl right now. >> chargers, fourth and 2 with under a minute to go. look out for a linebacker. >> the ravens stop them. ray lewis coming up the midand he will it is all over. what a play! >> number two, texans-titans. andre johnson led the league last year. still at the top of his game. >> this guy is an absolute beast. great body control in the end zone. >> giants and cowboys at number one. >> he is getting a lot of catches. great throw. up, inside and letting him go get the ball. >> he should have caught it the first time. this is number one? we should have andre johnson. >> you are ripping up the order already. that is my job. going to go through surprises and disappointments. biggest surprise of the week. >> new york giants wide receivers, mario manning
combined. we see a lot of moisture. a lot of showers and some rain through much of eastern tennessee, the tennessee valley stretching back in to alabama. the showers and storms in the forecast for atlanta. i don't see anything heavy for them. no more than a half inch. for us, though, once we get in to saturday night when the big slug of moisture comes up here, probably looking at an inch to maybe an inch and a half across the metro area. next seven days, 68 tomorrow. it will be wet for the terps. it will be wet in blacksburg for the hokies. in fact, very wet in blacksburg. temperatures in the 60s in both spots. the showers out of here early on sunday and partly cloudy upper 70s. monday upper 70s. showers and storms again with another front. and now we will you arer in cool air. 60s for highs and that's with sunshine. mid to upper 60s on tuesday. mid-60s on wednesday. temperatures will rebound a little bit. low 70s next thursday and mid- 70s next friday with sunshine. but lows wednesday night will be very close to 30 in the suburbs and around 40 and 50 downtown. >> all righty. dry for
the forest service brought in to help from tennessee. >> there are homes very close to us. how much danger are they in right now? >> a lot. >> you have houses right in the brush as you can see. it's all going to burn. the potential for it. you flflames and thohose homes didirt road. that's i it. firefighters stand guard on the road and wait for the fire's next move. >> we can't really predict which way it will go. it's going in ten different directions. >> the dirt road may not seem like much of a strategy but it's all these firefighters have. >> none of the fire crews arenese mountains because they're -- are in these mountains because they're inaccessible for us. i heard a 100 foot drop and it's really dangerous as far as -- we have to wait until the fire starts and then act, is not proactive at all. we'll lose a lot of homes, but the people don't evacuate. i can't believe people don't leave. >> one of those who chose not to evacuate -- tony. his home is on the other side of the dirt road and this morning the flames came right up to his last line of defense. >> it was a fire that came thr
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